France -Peugeot Citroën workers direct anger towards Hollande government -September 18, 2012

After protests against SPA Peugeot Citroën’s announcement it will be cutting 8000 jobs, reported in last month’s newsletter, demonstrations have now been announced in front of the Elysée palace. The management’s restructuring plan came as a heavy blow to the auto industry. Earlier, President Hollande vouched to do everything in his power to prevent the job losses, yet little progress has been made.

English: http://www.equaltimes.org/news/france-greve-a-venir-lavenir-est-sombre-pour ...

 

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